DatabionicSwarm: Swarm Intelligence for Self-Organized Clustering
Version 1.0.0

Algorithms implementing populations of agents that interact with one another and sense their environment may exhibit emergent behavior such as self-organization and swarm intelligence. Here, a swarm system called databionic swarm (DBS) is introduced. DBS is able to adapt itself to structures of high-dimensional data such as natural clusters characterized by distance and/or density based structures in the data space. The first module is the parameter-free projection method called Pswarm (Pswarm()), which exploits the concepts of self-organization and emergence, game theory, swarm intelligence and symmetry considerations. The second module is the parameter-free high-dimensional data visualization technique, which generates projected points on the topographic map with hypsometric tints defined by the generalized U-matrix (GeneratePswarmVisualization()). The third module is the clustering method itself with non-critical parameters (DBSclustering()). Clustering can be verified by the visualization and vice versa. The term DBS refers to the method as a whole. It enables even a non-professional in the field of data mining to apply its algorithms for visualization and/or clustering to data sets with completely different structures drawn from diverse research fields. The package is based on the book of Thrun, M.C.: "Projection Based Clustering through Self-Organization and Swarm Intelligence" (2018) .

Package details

AuthorMichael Thrun [aut, cre, cph]
Date of publication2018-01-31 18:00:21 UTC
MaintainerMichael Thrun <[email protected]>
LicenseGPL-3
Version1.0.0
URL https://www.uni-marburg.de/fb12/datenbionik/software-en
Package repositoryView on CRAN
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